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    Default Systemic, Proteolytic Enzymes

    Jon Barron
    Date: 07/21/2014


    Recently, we discussed herbal blood cleansers and how they work to boost the lymphatic system and actively defend against multiple kinds of cancer in the body. In that article, we mentioned that systemic, proteolytic enzymes also work to clean out the blood, but through entirely different pathways and mechanisms…and to entirely different end results. Although they may have some cancer protective benefits--and there are indeed cancer therapies based on proteolytic enzymes, not to mention a number of studies that support those therapies--the primary benefits we're looking for when taking systemic, proteolytic enzymes center around their ability to...

    Keep reading: https://jonbarron.org/article/proteo...nzyme-formula#
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    Default Re: Systemic, Proteolytic Enzymes

    I wanted to highlight these two excerpts:

    "In addition to directly breaking down problematic proteins such as the fibrin that both produces dangerous blood clots and holds arterial plaque together, proteolytic enzymes play a key role in modulating both the immune response and inflammatory cascades."

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    • Dissolving fibrin in the blood, reducing the risk of clots.
    • Dissolving fibrin in arterial plaque, thus leading to the breakup of arterial plaque.
    • Eliminating the risk of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) when flying.
    • Boosting the immune system.
    • Killing bacteria, viruses, and other invading pathogens.
    • Reduced risk of and response to food and pollen allergies.
    • Dissolving arterial scar tissue.

    And scroll down further to the two paragraphs devoted to Nattokinase itself.

    I've been taking this for, I dunno, maybe 15 years... daily, on an empty stomach, the correct way. (I don't eat breakfast... have a long fast, from 7 p.m. until noon or one the next day). This is why, whatever takes me away, it won't be a heart attack or stroke, and probably not even dementia.
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    Default Re: Systemic, Proteolytic Enzymes

    I don't know if the following fall into the six groups of enzymes the article speaks of, but I often take serrapeptase and bromelain on an empty stomach. The intention is to eliminate excess fibrin from the scar tissue of my two neck surgeries.
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    Default Re: Systemic, Proteolytic Enzymes

    WR, if you read the article (or do a page search on serrapeptase), Barron compares it with another enzyme, IIRC in favor of the other enzyme.
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